NFL MVP Lamar Jackson Sues Amazon Over Trademark Infringement

March 25, 2020, 9:46 PM

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson hit Amazon.com with a lawsuit Wednesday, alleging in federal court in Florida that the company allows the sale of unlicensed clothing using Jackson’s image, slogans or likeness.

Jackson, the reigning NFL MVP and Heisman Trophy winner, alleges the company has not only failed to police intellectual property infringement by third-parties, but also promotes and advertises infringing items as shipping “from and sold by Amazon.com.”

The unlicensed items include a shirt advertised as “LAMARVELOUS Vintage Baltimore Football QB Jackson MVP T-Shirt,” “Action JACKSON Baltimore Maryland QB #8 Action Jackson Football Fans T-Shirt,” and “Not Bad for ...

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